Microsoft suggested retail for set is $59.99. Selling the keyboard and including the mouse as a bonus. Maybe you can get it working on a newer system than my old Vista machine. It did work on that machine when I stopped using it. Maybe it's just a driver update issue or something.
Like new condition as far as wear and tear. I didn't use it for long before I found a good deal on one I liked better and boxed this back up.
I also have a brand new set of the same model for $40.
~Media Center - Control media playback from your keyboard
~Hot Keys - One-touch access to Windows Media Player, e-mail, Home, calculator, My Documents, Zoom, instant messaging, and photos
~"My Favorites" Keys - Customize these 5 keys to instantly bring up the photos, folders, files, and Web pages you use most. Simply push and hold to set
~Enhanced F Keys - Perform common commands from your keyboard
~Spill-resistant, quiet touch keys -- Integrated water channels drain the liquid away. Quiet, responsive, thin-profile keys
~Works more places than ever before, including on granite countertops, living room carpet, and rough wood tables
~Reliable 2.4 GHz Wireless - Up to a 30-foot range and less clutter on your desktop
~Snap-in Mini-Transceiver - Stows conveniently under the mouse; automatically turns the mouse on and off for up to 12 months of battery life
~Tilt Wheel and More - Fully featured mouse with 5 programmable buttons, rubber side grips, and Magnifier
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